Alameda Research to Sell Share in Sequoia Capital to Abu Dhabi
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Troubled hedge fund Alameda Research will sell its stake in Sequoia Capital to Abu Dhabi's wealth fund, owned by the government of Abu Dhabi.

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According to court documents, Alameda is set to sell its stake in Sequoia worth of $45 million in cash to Al Nawwar Investments RSC Limited. However, the deal is yet to be approved by Delaware bankruptcy judge John Dorsey. It is assumed the deal would close by April 2023.

Alameda bought $100 million worth of Sequoia's interest in March 2022. To date, around $50 million of that commitment had been called up by Sequoia for investment in various portfolio companies.

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